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Chancellor George Osborne tweeted that today was " a moving, almost overwhelming day".
Osborne was earlier seen wiping away a tear during an anecdote told by the Bishop of London at Margaret Thatcher's funeral.
Former chief policy adviser to Margaret Thatcher, John Redwood, described her as "the best boss I ever had".
"We had to work very long hours to keep up with her," he said.
Fighting back tears he said:
Asked about protests, he simply said: "It is a free country."
Protesters in Ludgate Circus near St Paul's cathedral booed and jeered as Thatcher's funeral procession made its way past. Many chanted: "Waste of money" whilst war veterans on the other side of the street applauded and cheered.
Former Prime Ministers and their spouses at Baroness Thatcher's funeral Gordon Brown, Tony Blair, Norma Major, John Major, Samantha Cameron and Prime Minister David Cameron.
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Baroness Thatcher was honoured with a ceremonial funeral at St Paul's Cathedral in the presence of the Queen and dignitaries.
Historians Dr Roland Quinalt and Dr Eliza Filby give their views on how history will remember Thatcher less emotively than we do today.